Responsibilities of NDIS suppliers: charging within price limits and price agreements as specified in the NDIS price agreements and price limits. Declare prices to participants before providing a service. Give participants a receipt to be acquitted from their plan. National Disability Insurance Plan (NDIS) providers play a vital role in helping people with disabilities achieve their goals.
As a service provider, you'll work closely with participants to understand their individual needs and develop customized plans to address them. An NDIS provider is an organization or person responsible for providing services or support to beneficiaries of NDIS funds. The NDIS Quality and Safeguards Commission is an independent body that works with service providers to ensure that participants and providers are supported throughout the Program. If you have just started providing services to NDIS participants, it can be confusing what your responsibilities and obligations are as an NDIS service provider.